Husqvarna T536 LiXP Workshop Manual Repair
Husqvarna T536 LiXP Workshop Manual for the Repair and service of the Husqvarna T536 LiXP chainsaw (T536LiXP). The PDF workshop service manual has accurate, easy to understand information and diagrams to help repair and service the chainsaw. Service Information to help you to troubleshoot, repair and fix the Husqvarna T536 LiXP chainsaw. View pages online or download a complete PDF service manual that you can easily save, print or view on any device.
Husqvarna T536 LiXP Workshop Manual Contents
Introduction, Safety Regulations, Servicing data, Servicing tools, Repair instructions, wiring, To clean and examine the product parts, To replace the guide bar bolt, To replace the chip guard, To replace the chain oil cap, To repair damaged threads, To replace the chain catcher, To replace the spiked bumper, Drive wheel cover and guide bar, Crankcase, Power trigger, Front hand guard, Motor, Impeller, Main switch, Control unit, Replacing the keypad, Chain brake, Chain brake sensor, Oil pump, Chain tensioner.
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Husqvarna T536 LiXP Chainsaw Specifications
|Battery voltage||36 V|
|Motor type||BLDC (brushless)|
|Oil Tank volume||0.2L|
|Oil pump type||Automatic|
|Vibration & noise data|
|Equivalent vibration level (ahv|
- 20 m/s
- 106 dB
- 2.4 kg
- 35, 25 cm
- 0.2 l
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The Husqvarna T536 LiXP Commercial Chainsaw is a lightweight, very easy to use top handled Chainsaw that offers high performance. It is perfect for arborists. The Husqvarna T536 LiXP Commercial Chainsaw features excellent ergonomics, high performance and high chain speed.
For professional users who want a lightweight, extremely easy-to-use top handle chainsaw with high performance. Perfect for arborists. A robust chainsaw with excellent ergonomics, high performance and high chain speed.
The Li-ion battery itself slides in to the rear of the saw and has 2 clips working independently of each other. Its important to make sure both these clips engage properly and the battery is secure prior to use. I have heard one report of the battery coming out, but I haven’t been able to replicate this and I suspect the battery wasn’t clipped in properly in the first place. To remove the battery, both clips need to be pressed in simultaneously and the battery pushed through from the other side
- more effective and safe then welcome
- really light and well balanced
- noise – or lack of it -Know when it is switch on and running!
- Husky have updated the battery locking mechanism
- the on off button rather than a pull start
Husqvarna T536 LiXP Workshop Manual PDF
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